Veteran striker Steve Fletcher has signed on for another season at Bournemouth following the club's promotion to League One.
The 37-year-old, who is the Cherries' record appearance maker, was released by the Dean Court side in 2007 following a 15-year spell but rejoined from Crawley Town in January 2009.
He made 45 league appearances for Eddie Howe's team in the 2009/10 season and netted four goals as the club sealed automatic promotion.
Fletcher is a legend at the South Coast club and has a stand at Dean Court named after him.
The stalwart follows Jason Pearce and Anton Robinson in signing new contracts with the Cherries on Tuesday.